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Nurse-midwifery education through graduate programs to provide a sufficient number of high quality nurse-midwives
Kyung Hye Lee
J Educ Eval Health Prof. 2006;3:5.   Published online December 5, 2006
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3352/jeehp.2006.3.5
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There is a decrease in the number of new midwives, resulting from the shutdown of midwifery education program in hospitals due to a decrease in birthrate in the Republic of Korea. To solve this problem, the current medical laws on midwifery education system in Korea should be revised; nurse-midwifery specialist programs must be established in educational institutes with nursing programs. To support this argument, the midwifery education programs of America, Europe, Australia, and Japan have been discussed, and a nurse-midwifery specialist curriculum at the master s level, based on the nurse-practitioner system of Korea, has been suggested. Since this assertion is very important and urgent for solving the future population problem of Korea and providing health care for women and children, it should be realized into action immediately.

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